If the rear of the Jeep looks a little wide, that's because it is. The flatfender tub angles out slightly before the door opening, and Chris simply followed that angle out farther to make the rear of the body wider, thus better covering the rear axle and tires with the added help of some trailer fenders. Note the hole in the rear bumper. This is where a driveshaft can run up to the PTO drive on the T-19. Since a larger fuel tank was installed under the bed of the 4x4, it had to be modified with a long tubular passageway for the PTO shaft to pass through the tank.